Dementia is an international peer reviewed journal that acts as a major forum for social research of direct relevance to improving the quality of life and quality of care for people with dementia and their families. For the first time an international research journal is available for academics & practitioners that has as its primary paradigm the lived experience of dementia.
Volume 17 Issue 4, May 2018
Table of Contents [with abstracts]
What are dementia champions and why do we need them? / Margaret Brown et al.; pp. 397–400
The “Ravel issue” and possible implications / Athanasia Alexoudi, Damianos Sakas, Stylianos Gatzonis; pp. 401–404
New relationships and intimacy in long-term care: The views of relatives of residents with dementia and care home staff / Esther Wiskerke, Jill Manthorpe; pp. 405–422
Exploring experience and perspectives of foreign-born direct care workers in dementia care: Accounts of Korean American personal care aides caring for older Korean Americans with dementia symptoms / Sang E Lee, Banghwa Lee Casado, Michin Hong; pp. 423–438
‘Theatre as an eye-opener’: How theatre may contribute to knowledge about living close to persons with dementia / Eva Gjengedal et al.; pp. 439–451
How do lesbian and gay people experience dementia? / James McParland, Paul M Camic; pp. 452–477
End-of-life decision making for persons with dementia: Proxies’ perception of support / Hyunjin Noh, Jung Kwak; pp. 478–493
Study partners perform essential tasks in dementia research and can experience burdens and benefits in this role / Betty S Black, et al.; pp. 494–514
Cognitive stimulation therapy as a low-resource intervention for dementia in sub-Saharan Africa (CST-SSA): Adaptation for rural Tanzania and Nigeria / Sarah Mkenda et al. ; pp. 515–530
SOURCE: Sage. “Dementia.” Volume 17 Issue 4, May 2018.
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